Yaguarón, 48km southeast of Asunción, is one of those typically Paraguayan colonial towns, stuck somewhere between the country's colonial past and modern times. Named after a great black jaguar that once prowled the region, today the tranquility of the town is being constricted by the main Asunción–Encarnación highway. However, it is a worthy day trip from the capital, with a must-see 18th-century Franciscan church, a historical museum and some decent walking.
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